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Auto Meter RC-300PR Intelligent Handheld Tester Kit W/Bolt Printer
Auto Meter RC-300PR Intelligent Handheld Tester Kit W/Bolt Printer

Auto Meter RC-300PR Intelligent Handheld Tester Kit W/Bolt Printer

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  • This item ships directly from the manufacturer. It may take an additional 4 business days for Auto Meter to ship this item.
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The RC-300PR is a portable, fully featured tester that provides quick and accurate results utilizing Auto Meter's Award Winning "Digital Pulse Load" technology. The RC-300PR is user friendly, instructing the user exactly what to do while testing an SLA battery. Professionally accurate test results are shown on a LCD display after each test and can be shared with a customer using the included bolt-on printer (PR-20). The RC-300PR has a built in memory so you can easily review and/or print test results.

  • Kit includes Auto Meter PR-20 add-on thermal paper printer specifically designed to enhance Auto Meter Electrical System Testers by providing instant hard copy results and credibility.Additional Added value in packaging savings when purchasing kit.
  • Tests SLA , Flooded, Gel Cell, or AGM batteries. Also tests discharged batteries and detects bad cells.
  • Applies a true 40 amp load during testing to simulate real world operating conditions and provide more accurate test results.
  • Tests 6V and 12V batteries rated between 4AH - 50AH.
  • Stores the last 50 tests in memory
  • The RC-300 enables the user to "blue print" known good batteries of different types/sizes to drive improved testing accuracy. The unit will store up to 40 different "blue printed" battery types. The user can also set customized pass/fail settings based on their preferred profile.
  • Test results include: battery's measured amp hour (AH) capacity, battery voltage and percent of charge, and what the battery's state of health is (good, near end of life, or bad).
  • 30" - 16 gauge leads
  • Customer communication with optional PR-12 (external printer), PR-20 (bolt-on printer), or AC-12 (PC cable).
  • Tough impact resistant plastic housing with easy grip rubber booth that prevents damage to the unit.

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